1 My father likes to stroll in our
yard when he is free.
2 We went to stroll in the park last
1 Don’t you really buy into my
boredom with math?
2 I want to buy into your opinions
about this article.
1 I can’t sustain her complains of
my bad memory, because I can
do nothing about it.
2 Many college students can’t
sustain the pressures about
1 They are ready to go toe-to-toe
in some special situations. 2 It is stupid that toe-to-toe with
somebody in public.
1 We must have enough bravery to
take on all the difficulties. 2 If you don’t know how to take
on him, you’d better apologize
1 For this moment, the result of
this war is at stake.
2 What reason makes the result of
this lawsuit at stake?
1 Every townspeople wants to
play out the war which occurs
in their country.
2 I’d like to play out their
argument about whether
tomorrow is a fine day.
On the wrong side of
1 She was eager to make her
dream comes true-to become a
dancer, but she is on the wrong
side of career right now. 2 He is interested in climbing, but
now he is on the wrong side of
1 I wholeheartedly endorse his
2 The government has endorsed
him to visit the leader of that
1 In recent years, our country is
dogging by questions about
2 I always dog by his bad temper.